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Wed, Mar. 4, 2020 @ 4:00 PM
Wed, Mar. 11, 2020 @ 4:00 PM
2 Day PreTeen/Teen/Adult Cake Decorating with Suzanne Lowery


2-Day Teen & Pre-Teen Cake Decorating

with Suzanne Lowery

2 Wednesdays, March 4, & 11

4-7 PM Full Participation, Ages 10 & up

$179.00 per person including starter set of tools

*Class Prices are Per Person*

Students, ages 10 & up, may register for 1 space

& attend alone or register for 2 spaces

& attend with a parent or adult


In these two sessions, learn to create a professionally decorated special occasion cake.

Introduction to tools, frostings, handling of the pastry bag, and basic borders.

Coloring of frosting, piping of rosebuds, sweet peas, leaves and roses on the nail.

Demonstration of filling, frosting, bordering a cake and practice writing inscriptions.

*Students will completely decorate a pre-baked cake of their own design, that we supply in the second class, and take it home.*

    If there is a Wait List, please see our Pricing and 'Wait List Policies.'

16 openings available


Suzanne Lowery

Class/Date Description Openings/Price/Location

Wed, Mar. 4, 2020 @ 4:00 PM
Wed, Mar. 25, 2020 @ 4:00 PM
Kids & Youth Basic Baking Skills with Miss Sue

 Combined Kids & Youth Baking Series

Basic Baking Skills with Miss Sue

   Four Wednesdays, 4-6 PM, March 4, 11, 18, & 25, Ages 4 thru 9 year olds, $199 per student

Drop Off, No Adults

  To help children develop basic Baking skills giving them the ability to be successful in the kitchen, they need to be comfortable with measuring, mixing, using the utensils and ingredients at hand. Mathematics, precision, and timing become a focus as much baking shifts more to science and accuracy as well as artistic ability. This four session program will teach them patience and humility in the kitchen. We will inspire an added respect for safety, knife skills, precise measuring, along with the use of kitchen tools and small appliances.

 As we work from basic preparation (‘mis en place’) to clean up, the students will practice these skills each week baking and sampling what they prepare. The capstone event for the last class, students will invite one adult to come and enjoy some of what they have learned and created.

 Class One – precision measuring, mathematics of recipe conversion, accuracy and timing, reinforcement of safety and utilization of kitchen tools and general dexterity. Prepare and sample several types of cookies.

 Class Two – repeat and continue to hone skills learned in class one, learn about the food groups and basic tastes, prepare, bake and taste cupcakes, cake, and frosting.

  Class Three – reinforcement of general skills and prep. The focus of this session will be on creating pies and bread.

  Class Four – The Grand Finale – Children invite one adult to come and enjoy a sampling of baked goods they learned in this series. We will set a proper table, for our guests to all enjoy the fruits of the children’s baked creations.

    If there is a Wait List, please see our Pricing and 'Wait List Policies

10 openings available


Miss Sue